Who is Jupiter? A planet found in our solar system, or is there a deeper meaning to such a simple word? Most 'bibles' today have taken out the earlier use of this word and replaced it with Zeus - but why? Zeus, the cheif god of the Greeks, has been linked to many deities over time, and his true origin is also one of mystery. Who is Jupiter? Do you worship him? All of these questions require detailed answers, and they shall be provided.
He is a 'god' with many names: Jove, Latin Iuppiter, Iovis, or Diespiter, the chief ancient Roman and Italian god. Jove has been accredited to being the deity of joy and happiness: 'by Jove I think he's got it!' Like Zeus, the Greek god with whom he is etymologically identical (root diu, bright); he was a sky god. One of his most ancient epithets is Lucetius (Light-Bringer); and later literature has preserved the same idea in such phrases as sub Iove, under the open sky. As Elicius he was propitiated with a peculiar ritual to send rain in time of drought; as Fulgur he had an altar in the Campus Martius, and all places struck by lightning were made his property and were guarded from the profane by a circular wall. (source: Encyclopedia Britannica)
So how can we affectively answer the question: who is Jupiter? There is so much to learn in order to shed light on this topic that may leave many in a state of awe: but Yahuah reveals His truth to all that are seeking Him.